Here is my 1957 CJ-5. I have owned this Jeep since 1984. I used to drive it to work, but it is used exclusively for trail riding now. It has a ventilating windshield, which I believe is pretty rare for a CJ-5. Also those are Gateway ìGumbo Muddersî that I purchased in 1978 for my long gone CJ-2A. I put them on this jeep when I sold the CJ-2A. They are still in great shape! Thanks, Bill Cox
Mike, heres some photos of my 1963 Willys Jeep CJ-5 frame off restoration took about 4 years to get it on the road. Put in a new floor, fabricated and patch paneled the rest added some wood because I like to work with wood and for something different. Roll bars were put on after some of the photos. Also have photos of different stages of restoration. Still is a work in progress. Thanks Bill Wagner Chicago, Il
These are some pictures of my 1961 Willy’s CJ5 Jeep. The Serial is 57548134623 and it was manufactured in July of 1961. When I brought it home in Dec. of 2010 it had 9279 miles. It belonged to Fire District 9 of Spokane, WA. from new to 1995 when it was sold at surplus. I bought it from the gentleman who purchased it at surplus and displayed it in his showroom of his Dodge dealership for 9 years. We live in Royal City, WA. and make our living producing hay for export, domestic dairy, feed stores and horses. We enjoy going for evening drives around the countryside and taking in the views that can only be found driving a convertible! I joke and tell people that this is my Therapy Jeep because it is much more fun to work on and drive than tractors and balers. The parts are less expensive too! <br><br> Bob Wieldraayer<br> Royal City, WA.
This is my 1959 Willys CJ5. I bought it a few years ago for $400. The Jeep has 18,017 Original Miles, Original Drive-train, it even had the Original Tires on it and with a little tinkering on the carb it runs very well. It spent its life on a cattle ranch, and was stored in the barn when not being used. I had planned on swapping the 134 F-Head engine for a 4 Cylinder John Deere Turbo Diesel, But after hearing from many people that I have a \"Diamond in the Rough\" I have since decided to fix it up back to its original beauty.